List of phenotypes for the PGP Challenge of pre-pro-CAGI

Binary traits

1 Asthma *
2 Crohn's disease
3 Ulcerative colitis
4 Irritable bowel syndrome
5 Rheumatoid arthritis
6 Type II Diabetes
7 Coronary artery disease
8 Long QT Syndrome
9 Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
10 Glaucoma *
11 Color blindness
12 Bipolar disorder
13 Celiac disease
14 Psoriasis
15 Lupus
16 Breast cancer
17 Prostate cancer
18 Migraine *
19 Lactose intolerance
20 Dyslexia
21 Autism
22 Osteoporosis
23 Incontinence
24 Kidney stones
25 Varicose veins
26 Sleep Apnea
27 Tongue rolling (tube)
28 Phenylthiocarbamide tasting
29 Blood type - Has A antigen?
30 Blood type - Has B antigen?
31 Blood type - Is Rh(D) positive?
32 Absolute pitch

Numerical traits

33 Birth weight (in g)
34 HDL level (in mg/dL) *
35 LDL level (in mg/dL) *
36 Triglyceride level (in mg/dL) *
37 Fasting blood glucose level (in mg/dL)
38 Warfarin dose (in mg)
39 Age at Menarche
40 Annual income (in $)
41 http://www.testmybrain.org/ the "Beauty and the Eye of the Beholder" test (rating of x out of 7; NOTE 11/29 please submit predictions for all of the 4 subtests: Female faces, Male faces, Scenes and Abstract images)
42 http://www.testmybrain.org/ the "Keeping Things in Mind" test (number out of total correct; NOTE 11/29 please submit predictions for all of the 4 subtests: Holding Numbers in Mind (in digits), Holding Shapes in Mind, Matching Shapes and Numbers, Vocabulary)
43 http://www.testmybrain.org/ the "How good is your number gut?" test (in %)
44 http://www.testmybrain.org/ the "Face Recognition, Emotion Perception, and Personality" test (number out of total correct; NOTE 11/29 please submit predictions for all of the 2 subtests: Mind in the Eyes Test and Cambridge Face Memory Test II)
45 http://www.testmybrain.org/ the "Can you name that face?" test (number out of total correct)

Other phenotypes

46 Astrological sign (Write which one of the 12 signs according to Western astrology; is there any relationship between birth date and genome variation)

*For some of the PGP10 individuals, these phenotypes are listed in their public profiles at http://www.personalgenomes.org/public/.
When publicly available, such phenotypes will not be assessed for the individual in question, but predictions for other PGP10 individuals will be assessed.